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going home soon. hospital officials are not saying much. we have learned that he lives in saudi arabia works at a hospital there that has treated patients suffering from respiratory virus. on monday april 28th he walked into the emergency room of the community hospital complaining of flu like symptoms of fever cough and shortness of breath. quickly put into a private room. after an interview with him officials began to suspect he was suffering from mers. his family and hospital employees were put on home isolation and tested for the respiratory virus. official
>> this happens exclusively among close contact. at this point it appears that they picked the wrong hospital the wrong state, the wrong country to try to get ahold of. >> federal officials are telling us that they're in a process of contacting the passengers on the plane. iin total there were 100 on the plane and about 10 of the bus. the health officials here say they will continue to monitor this situation until all danger has left. right now they're saying there does not appear to be any concern for any spread of the virus here. everyone in
the community should feel safe. >> chicago police say a man of doctored his four month old daughter is in custody. >> the girl's father had gone into an argument with the mother had a home. the father of them kicked in the door and took the girl to it and to the home of a childhood friend. >> i did not want to run away with the baby. >> a suburban man has been charged in an accident that killed his young
child. charges filed this morning against the 29 year-old. accused of driving under the influence of early as today when his vehicle crashed into a concrete median and overturned near bowling brook. his son was killed. two other boys in the car were injured. >> witness is saying the suspect took off in a dark colored car. not sure if this was a target it attack. sending condolences to a parking operator killed on the south side. shot to death sunday morning in the 900 block of east 81st street.
outstanding achievement over the years. police have no suspects in custody. barry trial begins this week in the murder of a woman from plainfield. lead to a change in wisconsin law. she is pregnant and her unborn baby also dead. allowed defendants to argue they were too drunk to form intent to murder. that led to a hung jury. tribune reports since then the mother has pushed to change the law. wisconsin governor signed a bill to change at last month. >> number of victims of gun violence in chicago. the funeral for the 14 year-old
is being held this changes temple. allegedly shot and killed by another 14 held due to were reportedly arguing over a boy. >> funeral for another victim of gun violence being held at the united methodist church. shutting killed after an anti virus. a budget analyst for the chicago public schools. could testify this weekend. given to a local restaurant and daly was mayor. wants to cancel chicagos three-year contract with the restaurant and millennium park. claims the daily administration cheated taxpayers out of millions of dollars of tax revenue. he argues the chicago park district had no right to let the
restaurant opened. the first of two public hearings being held at this hour on proposed rules for the medical marijuana pilot program. >> it is called the medical cannabis pilot program. the state of illinois has been holding a series of public hearings around the state. an opportunity to get on the record abouabout how they feel the legislation should be adjusted. >> my thanks to all of you for coming here today. providing your input to the process. those testifying before a panel expressed their concerns over rules and regulations set up when the laws were enacted. the pharmacist wanted the rules to apply
for canabis. >> the prescription on entering system is critical from the standpoint of having an understanding of what patients are taken from a controlled substance standpoint. it is a complicated process. others are concerned about the process. >> it is taking too long. by the time we get through this by the time the individual start to grow so that we can distribute it is probably going to be over year-two years. others were concerned about the fees and costs associated. >> we do not object to the fees that are currently written. we assume there are calculated as a best guess to serve that purpose. however the
fees should be maximum fees. >> a word of wives to the public. it is going to be awhile before the law is officially on the books. in the meantime have to remember that is still a legal to grow or passed on to anyone else medical cannabis in any form. >> oregon state fires first lady michelle obama brother as men's basketball head coach. >> turns into a fast-moving wildfire and oklahoma killing fast-moving wildfire and trying to stay fit but miss real pleasure?
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several wild fires are burning across oklahoma. one of them has forced about one dozen people to evacuate their homes. >> fueled by high winds and hot dry weather. at least 20 homes have been destroyed. >> the wild fires about 4 mi. long and 1 mi. wide. >> a warning here, this may be disturbing to watch. members of all female team hanging by their former secure canopy when it suddenly crashed about 40 ft. to the ground. 20 people were her. >> a one. and was
just complete silence. >> as when it finally hits me. while this just happened. >> to this performance was not included in the aerial attacks. >> more than 200 girls from the nigerian school. clamming to the leader of the group sang a lot is commanding her to sell the girls. there were seized from the classroom during exams last month. they believe girls and women belong in the home not in school. president of nigeria said they cannot negotiate for the release because they did not claim responsibility. witnesses for the defense are taking the stand of the murder trial of oscar and the killing of his girlfriend. the troy resumed in south africa this morning
after an easter break last 17 days. they're up against this defense team trying to disprove the prosecution's argument of premeditated murder. she said she feared the stores might shoot himself. the defense is expected to take two weeks. claims he believes he was shooting at >> u.s. supreme court approved public prayer at the new york board meetings. the 5-4 ruling came in another contentious case. the ruling offered few details on how the community should offer civic purse without violating the constitution. the nba and wife of clippers owner agrees someone else run the team. can be a band sterling for life after his record of making racist comments. tell the car from
not to promote the relationship with black people or bring them to clippers games. she says she supports the league's punishments and plans to appoint a new clippers ceo. the nba wants the other owners to vote on forcing sterling to sell the team. >> correct robinson has been fired as head coach of the oregon state men's basketball team. is credited with turning the program around in 2008. he failed to lead the team to an n.c.a.a. tournament in any of his seasons. his overall record was below 500. he had three more years left on his contract. oregon state owes him $4 million. a few of the jokes from president obama and joel mchale. >>
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recalling almost 4000 versions of the full-size pickup truck. saying it could slip into reverse increasing the risk of a crash. most were sold to the united states. a spokeswoman says no accidents or injuries have been reported in relation to the issue. it will notify owners and dealers will update the software free of charge. >> it is lucky as flip the switch. came to that the united center. the blackhawks up 1- nothing sphere. while nearly telwild nearly tied
that the promotion business needs more experienced guys looking out for fighters. >> you have to have 25 to a new your bill to turn pro.he says he turd his license as a heavyweight boxer. he began his career as an amateur in 1978. most of his career was spent in detroit managed by boxing's first female promoter. it is about being a con man in the ring. it is such a cerebral sport. >> something you're born with. it is something that is really in new. >> 1988 he was knocked out by
george foreman. he hung up his gloves and found himself lost. i did not know what to do with my life. >> in return to chicago. his trainer gave him an idea for a new career. >> you spent a lot of time up there you should promote. >>they bs their fighters. i do not do that. >> he knows how to put his foot down. his style has gained him respect. he knows how it is to get in there and fight for your life and fight for money. that is what makes him stand out. >> along with
degrees on the way. maybe for two different days it would be the first time in three weeks we were that warm in chicago. our first 9 degree temperature. rule tell you about that in a moment. one of our photographers who frequently contributes to our program. . you vincennes' also close-up of this. his last night's fiery looking sonshisunset. taken by jeffrey from rice lake. mike jones snapped a shot of the sunset. he was picking up a live ramapo.
>> that is kind of a little bit of an impulse. we have right son sean. going to pump that warm humid air upton to the chicago team there. >> look at this point of high temperatures yesterday. the 97 yesterday at oklahoma city. 96 at dallas. there is quite dome of warm air developing. that is the warm air that we were showing you
breaking records. even warm up in the arctic. 67 was the high around the fairbanks area. when you start getting more of that latitude. will get less and less of the school this. we have one going to a merely because the wind blowing in of with the chili lake waters. the wind to sustain that 17 had out here. the humidity is 40%. the water temperature at 53 degrees. a pollen count. the tree pollen as high. mold spores are low across the area. here's the spread in temperature going at
the moment. >> and is only in the 40's from willamette. you to some of the wind gusts over 20 mi. per hour. gorgeous sun shine. it started kind of cloudy. we also have a lot of sunshine and glen ellen. he goes the showers. again scattered some help across valparaiso. the only affected parts of the area. the flashlight and in some of those areas. >> it is already 80 to lead st. louis. it is 87 at this hour in oklahoma city. that is the
northbound warm air. it will start getting in here on wednesday bigtime. for the moment the low pressure south voss means the wind coming in from the east. the flow becomes southerly. but it will be thursday where we get some big storms to brew out west. this could be severe weather situation. >> each of these is shaded areas are wind related weather advisory. small craft advisory along the west coast. on thursday his area that shows severe weather just west of us. the big story
before that gets here is going to be the warming. uc 50s today. tomorrow we will go into the '60s as a conceit here with '70s. look at this temperature is on wednesday. well into the eighties around chicago. dew points which reflect humidity will be going up into the '60s. that is the human springtime here. a little moisture to those 80 degree temperatures. there really feels like summer and spring. this afternoon and mostly sunny cooler and wind continues to blow across the lake. a couple of inland locations will be pointed out as you go far west. >> for tonight we expects congress to become nice. we
think there'll be scattered clouds and temperature is flowing into the low '40's. tomorrow partly sunny. wednesday much warmer. was high temperatures going into the mid '60s. when some up to 82 degrees. 12 there is 24 mi. per hour for midweek. >> equal spells lose their punch. and uc '60s up in alaska you're losing that cooler air. >> you're ready for that.we are ready for that. >> which byrd is on that. >> which byrd is on mexico's flak.
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